|Dimension of Dreams|
|Denizens||Animate dreams, mortal dreamers, night hags|
|Description||Realm created by the dreams of mortals|
The borders of the demiplane are marked by a foam of constantly changing dreamscapes, each the dream of an individual sleeping mortal. These can be viewed from the Ethereal Plane and even entered by those with the appropriate magic.
When one enters the dimension proper, it first appears as a prosaic dreamscape of the visitor's native culture. However, those who travel deeper into the realm discover that it molds itself to dreamers' wishes, slowly becoming whatever they would imagine.
Some blasphemous texts say that Leng is part of the Dimension of Dreams, while others suggest it is only accessible through the dimension. Little is known about this place, even by the most learned of sages, so few answers about Leng's true nature are forthcoming.
Aside from mortal dreamers, and those who've abandoned mortality, the Dimension of Dreams is also haunted by night hags, the most powerful of which stride through the land of dreams like demigods. These are countered only by the azata sorceress Fiorindria the Longing.
Travel to the Dimension of Dreams is different than many other planes. Magic associated with the dimension is unreliable, aiding access instead of guaranteeing it. However, certain dreamers have learned how to lucidly dream, consistently gaining access to the demiplane in their sleep or even abandoning their waking life for it. Artifacts like the Key of Celephais, Mnemoka's Flask, and the Golden Liao Censer also assist access.
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